On African-American babies sometimes looking light-skinned when first born: “Sometimes, you gotta calm daddy down- maybe call security. They see this light baby and start thinking, I dunno, maybe mom was fooling around! But, then you show them the ears and the privates and say ‘See? They’re dark! White babies don’t look like that.'”
Well, once I started getting more readers, I thought “Hey, maybe I should be super anonymous.”
As in, no pictures, identifying factors, yada yada.
But, I started this blog to keep in touch with my family.
And I’ve started talking to some pretty neat people.
So now I’m thinking, it must be kinda hard to read all this stuff and have a name with no face.
It would probably irk me.
So, I put up some pictures in the author section…which you can find here.
Pleased to meet you.
Sometimes, nursing school is a bit boring. Especially with things like documentation lab. Ughhhh. First and second semester is fine, but we’ve been charting for awhile now. I even happen to be pretty good at it, according to my coassigned nurses from last semester.
During our lab last week, the 7 of us around the table all looked like we were going to fall asleep. It was the last two hours of an already excruciatingly long day.
It was one of those times where my head would be drooping and eyes were half-mast and then she would look at you real quick. So, in an effort to look like you were awake the whole time you would snap your head up real quick and smile.
And by you, I mean me. That’s what I did. I don’t think she was fooled.
What made it worse was that we’d see our classmates walk by because their lab instructors had let them out 10, 15, 20 minutes early while ours was going on tangents and kept us 5 minutes late.
Wish I had a pair of those glasses that make you look awake. Maybe next time?
[photo cred here.]